§ 55. Sir H. Williams
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, having regard to the new financial commitments incurred since the outbreak of war, he will consider the publication of a future normal Budget, similar to that issued by his predecessor a quarter of a century ago, so that the House and the country may be able to consider objectively any future legislation involving large expenditure.
§ Sir J. Anderson
At an appropriate time I shall be glad to give the House all the estimates I can of our probable revenue and expenditure after the war. At the moment it would be premature for me to attempt to do so.